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The internet is fucked | The Verge

It’s time to just end these stupid legal word games and say what we all already know: internet access is a utility. A commodity that should get better and faster and cheaper over time. Anyone who says otherwise is lying for money.

martin sexton w the mccann bros. so good.  (at The Belmont)

martin sexton w the mccann bros. so good. (at The Belmont)

demand-progress:

The NSA “is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” (Washington Post)
Join us in protesting the National Security Agency’s wide-ranging invasion of privacy.
Take action →

demand-progress:

The NSA “is gathering nearly 5 billion records a day on the whereabouts of cellphones around the world.” (Washington Post)

Join us in protesting the National Security Agency’s wide-ranging invasion of privacy.

Take action →

phasesofthemoonfestival:

Phases of the Moon Music + Art Festival 2014 Phase One LINEUP revealed! get more info at http://phasesofthemoonfestival.com

phasesofthemoonfestival:

Phases of the Moon Music + Art Festival 2014 Phase One LINEUP revealed! get more info at http://phasesofthemoonfestival.com

save dat date, plan dat road trip!

save dat date, plan dat road trip!

if u like wsp & sci, plan on visiting this place next september! awesome park near Danville, IL. #phasesofthemoonfest (at Kennekuk County Park)

if u like wsp & sci, plan on visiting this place next september! awesome park near Danville, IL. #phasesofthemoonfest (at Kennekuk County Park)

heartbyrne:

Announcing:
80’s Prom with
HEARTBYRNE
Talking Heads Tribute
Tickets On Sale now
presale code: prom

heartbyrne:

Announcing:

80’s Prom with

HEARTBYRNE

Talking Heads Tribute

Tickets On Sale now

presale code: prom

pretty much.

pretty much.

Rock n Roll Suicide - an ATX tribute to David Bowie

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rocknrollsuicideatx:

Rock n Roll Suicide - an ATX tribute to David Bowie

Featuring The Purple Bee Crew, Rock N Roll Suicide & the Super Creeps

Advance Tickets on sale now

RSVP on the Facebook Event Page

Eleven Commandments of Improv

nevver:

  1. You are all supporting actors.
  2. Always check your impulses.
  3. Never enter a scene unless you are NEEDED.
  4. Save your fellow actor, don’t worry about the piece.
  5. Your prime responsibility is to support.
  6. Work at the top of your brains at all times.
  7. Never underestimate or condescend to your audience.
  8. No jokes (unless it is tipped in front that it is a joke.)
  9. Trust… trust your fellow actors to support you; trust them to come through if you lay something heavy on them; trust yourself.
  10. Avoid judging what is going down except in terms of whether it needs help (either by entering or cutting), what can best follow, or how you can support it imaginatively if your support is called for.
  11. LISTEN

humansofnewyork:

“I’ve never used a cellphone or computer.”

humansofnewyork:

“I’ve never used a cellphone or computer.”

hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here. 

Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).

So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.
hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here. 

Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).

So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.
hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here. 

Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).

So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.
hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here. 

Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).

So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.
hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here. 

Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).

So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.
hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here. 

Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).

So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.

hipsterlibertarian:

See the full infographic and learn more about CISPA here
Today there’s apparently something of a half-hearted internet blackout to oppose CISPA — and don’t get me wrong: I love the idea, but this particular blackout seems to be woefully misinformed. One of the main images people are using totally confuses what CISPA does (information sharing without warrant, permission, any regard for liberty and privacy, etc.) with what SOPA would have done (shutting down websites because of alleged copyright infringements).
So, if you’re participating in today’s blackout, a few things:
  1. Don’t use this inaccurate image. We’re not going to stop CISPA by confusing people about what it does.
  2. Use one of the images above, which are chopped from this great infographic (or, if you’re handy with Photoshop, make your own).
  3. Don’t expect a lot of corporate support this time. Unlike SOPA, CISPA has comparatively few big-name opponents. 
  4. We’ll soon be taking this fight to the Senate. Click here for links to contact your Senators via multiple avenues.

heartbyrne:

TAKLING HEADS 4EVER

dumbest GIF I’ve ever made?

heartbyrne:

TAKLING HEADS 4EVER

dumbest GIF I’ve ever made?